CONTROL PANEL AND FEATURES
Press to start a cycle. Indicator light will glow to indicate
the cycle has started.
The Temperature Control button lets you choose between
a normal and low drying temperature.
The Normal temperature setting is for sturdy fabrics, such
as cotton, linen, and denim. If the Temperature Control
button is not pressed in, the temperature setting is Normal.
The Low setting is for synthetics, such as cotton/polyester
blend, rayon, acetate, washable silk, or nylon. If the
Temperature Control button is pressed in, the temperature
setting is Low.
NOTE: Always refer to the care label on the garment to
determine whether it can be tumble dried.
CYCLE GUIDE — SENSOR DRY CYCLES
Use Sensor Dry Cycles for better fabric care and energy savings
When you are using the GentleBreeze
dryness of the load. When there is moisture left in the clothes, the dryer will continue to run. As clothes begin to dry, the amount of
water left in the clothes decreases, and the timer advances through the remainder of the cycle. When the selected dryness level is
reached, the dryer goes into a cool-down period.
Sensor dry cycles may be used for most loads. Sensor dry cycles give the best drying results in the shortest time. Drying time varies
according to the type of fabric, size of the load, and dryness setting.
After drying a load, check the dryness.
If the load is drier than you like, select a setting closer to Iron Dry the next time you dry a similar load.
I f a load is not as dry as you like, complete drying using a Timed cycle. Select a setting closer to Extra Dry the next time you dry
a similar load.
Items to dry:
Heavy cottons and denims
Cottons and linens
White and colorfast permanent press
White and colorfast items that require ironing
Polyester/acrylic blends, rayon, acetate
Washable silk and nylon
Drying System with IntelliDry
Press to turn the dryer on and off. Press again to stop/
cancel a cycle at any time.
CYCLE CONTROL KNOB
Use your dryer's Cycle Control knob to select available
cycles on your dryer. Turn the knob to select a cycle
for your laundry load. See "Cycle Guide" for detailed
descriptions of cycles.
This light flashes when the power is on and glows when
a cycle is running.
Sensor, two metal strips located in the dryer determine the